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    • 'They Ain't Afraid of no Ghosts': Dark Tourism at Historic Sites 

      Johnson, Kaci Lynn (North Dakota State University, 2020)
      Dark tourism, a subsection of heritage tourism, is growing in popularity and center around historic sites and museums. Those sites are put in the position to take advantage of the surging popularity of dark tourism by ...
    • Three Studies in European and World History 

      Saylor, Trevor Andrew Michael (North Dakota State University, 2016)
      This paper includes three studies in European and World History. The first is a historiography on the former Yugoslavia, exploring the various theories given for the collapse of the country since its dissolution and the ...
    • The Tides of the Tourism Complex at La Paz, Mexico 

      Dutton, Anthony (North Dakota State University, 2013)
      By 1940, the outlying Mexican territory of Baja California Sur faced an uncertain future. The extractive industries of mining and pearling had collapsed in the southern areas of the peninsula, and the remaining economic ...
    • Transformations of the Red River Valley of the North: An Environmental History 

      Brokke, Kathleen Ruth Gilmore (North Dakota State University, 2016)
      This environmental history of the Red River Valley from the mid 1850s – 2000 encompasses those who lived in this tallgrass prairie region and asks how did they live within this environment? In addition, it seeks to understand ...
    • Ukraine: A Nation Without Heroes 

      Vandrovec, Geoffrey (North Dakota State University, 2013)
      Ukraine's creation of national heroes reflects the challenges of nation-building after the fall of the Soviet Union. Since its independence in 1991, Ukraine has attempted to "rehabilitate" controversial political figures ...
    • An Unintended Activist: Judge Ronald N. Davies and the Influence of the Northern Plains on Twentieth-Century Civil Rights and Judicial Progressivism 

      Reikowsky, Stacy Michelle (North Dakota State University, 2020)
      A devotion to an open and progressive interpretation of human rights and the law secured Judge Ronald N. Davies’ legacy as an unintended, yet influential activist for advancing civil rights and of the twentieth century. ...
    • The Upper Musselshell Valley: A Grassroots and Bioregional History 

      Lewis, Miles Dwight (North Dakota State University, 2012)
      The Upper Musselshell Valley: A Grassroots and Bioregional History chronicles the history of central Montana's Upper Musselshell Valley in an attempt to craft a viable history of region. As a corrective measure or alternate ...
    • The Woman’s Club of Moorhead 1868-1946 

      Eidem, Katie Ann (North Dakota State University, 2018)
      Far from upholding the domestic ideal of the Victorian Era, the Moorhead Woman’s Club helped establish the first public library in the city and strove for changes in education through active engagement in the public “sphere.” ...